Lalbagh Botanical Garden
Lal Bagh sprawls over an area of 240 acres of land with colourful flower beds. The garden is a result of attempts made by Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan who imported a great variety of trees and plants from across seas. You can find a great variety of tropical and sub tropical plants, trees and herbs that are abundant in their natural beauty. Lal Bagh is among one of the most beautiful gardens in India. An intricate water system of 17th century is used to irrigate the plants is observed within the garden.
Lal Bagh is artistically landscaped with an eye for ordering nature's beauty without confining it. It has an expansive lush lawns with a profusion of flowerbeds, lotus pools and tinkling fountains.
It also has a magnificent glass house built in 1840, on the lines of London's Crystal Palace. With marvelous collection of flowers, the Crystal Palace looks very vibrant.